When Will We Learn? The Problem with Too Much Privilege.
Last week, you may have seen a popular high street supermarket release a new campaign under the hashtag #PoorestDayChallenge. If you haven’t seen it, or haven’t guessed what it may involve, an influencer was paid an undisclosed amount (probably quite high based on their numbers) to shop at said supermarket with a budget of £25
The school system in this country is excellent; there’s no denying it. Kids leave school knowing how to read and write, how to do mathematical equations; they know about science, history, religion, and so much more. Not only do they learn academically, but they learn to navigate the complex world of other people too- how
Nobody wants to have to deal with a move that takes up a lot of physical and mental energy, but moves can be draining if you don’t take the correct precautions first. This guide aims to make moving into your new place as easy as possible, so you have less to worry about. Take a
From time to time, everyone experiences challenging times. This could be the breakdown of a relationship, an illness, or losing a job that you love. Whatever the circumstances, setbacks can take their toll on every aspect of your life. When you find yourself unexpectedly in a problematic situation, it can be hard to know how
It’s safe to say that when T started school a little part of me had been taken away. For the past three and a bit years we had a good routine and I had the opportunity to still be with him for a decent amount of time as well as work three to five days
Most of us know by now that businesses all around the world are starting to opt for the ‘subscription business model’ for use of their services. This has been a longstanding form of fee application for many worthwhile services, so when presented with this, most of us don’t bat an eyelid. However, it can be